Rimini is known as one of Italy's popular seaside resorts, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have more to offer. Rimini is a historic city where you can still see many signs of its historical past. From the ancient Roman Empire, for example, you can still see the Tiberius Bridge, which is still used today, as well as the remains of the great amphitheatre, which in its day could hold 15,000 people. Rimini is of course popular for its beautiful sandy beaches, but the harbour is also worth a look when the small fishing boats set sail in the morning. In the old town's narrow streets, you'll find many cosy cafés and shops, and the town is also a great place to shop, with a market taking place pretty much every day.
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